Opinion

Quick Steps To Transform A Decaying Nigeria, By Femi Akinfolarin

Reorganise the judiciary completely, and have an advisory committee of the Nigerian Judicial Council that would be composed of foreigners who would have the right to remove the chief judge or otherwise discipline any erring judicial official. All crimes would be punishable by deportation once the person has been convicted.…
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Opinion

2019 Election Petition: All Eyes On The Judiciary, By Mahmud Abubakar

In view of the emerging evidence of collusion, lies and outright falsehood about the conduct of the 2019 presidential election and the release of results, everyone now looks up to the judiciary to determine the truth about who won that election. Also, in many parts of the country, the environment…
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Opinion

Second Term: Oshiomhole As A Governing Cancer, By SKC Ogbonnia

The objective fact is that Adams Oshiomhole neither has any sense of history nor the vision to lead a progressive party. Instead of fortifying the cardinal principles of the APC, which promote inclusiveness, diversity of opinion, and mass empowerment, the only vision Nigerians have seen from the former union activist…
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Celebrating Democracy Day With Election Rigmarole, By Femi Aribisala

No June 12 declaration as Democracy Day can obfuscate the rape of democracy we have just witnessed. What we have in Nigeria is not government of the people by the people and for the people; but government of the government by the government and for the government. The Nigeria of…
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Opinion

Stopping the Aspersions Being Cast On Rhodes-Vivour, By Akingbolade Akinbobola

Should the judiciary, on the basis of an alleged bias that is neither actual nor apparent but merely contrived, disqualify an upright man who has served admirably in the temple of justice for over forty years? Should a judge who has served meritoriously on the Bench for twenty-five years be…
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Opinion

Ganduje: Abandoning Education, While Dismantling a 1,000-Year Heritage, By Concerned Citizens

We are concerned because abandoning the interest of Kano’s children for the pecuniary interest of persons in power who are determined to shut up and expel voices of progress undermines the future of the State. Abandoning education of our children for self-conceit and irresponsible use of power is an unfolding…
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